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Par value of shares – An outdated concept

Source: Financial Express

Par value refers to the fixed value that is assigned to each share issued by a private or a public company. Also referred to as the nominal or face value of the shares, it remains the minimum value that can be assigned to the share and is required to be specified in the Memorandum of Association—Section 4(1)(e)(i) of the Indian Companies Act, 2013. 630 more words

Companies Act

Judge Says Top Dole Execs Owe Shareholders $148M For Driving Down Company’s Stock Price Before Buyout

Two top executives at Dole are on the hook for $148 million after a judge ruled that CEO and chairman of the board David H. Murdock, and the company’s former chief operating officer, C. 274 more words

Dole CEO liable for $148.2M over 2013 buyout-ruling

A Delaware judge on Thursday said David Murdock, the chief executive of Dole Food Co, is liable for $148.2 million of damages for having shortchanged shareholders when he took the fruit producer private in 2013. 67 more words


Trump for President or President of Trump Inc?

Donald Trump’s campaign speeches sound like annual shareholder meetings with a few mentions of our “terrible” government leaders and “stupid” politicians in the mix.

A drinking game can be established for each time Trump references his company when discussing his campaign. 11 more words


“Cyber-Security is Not an Individual Sport!”

Business owners, you can no longer think of your network as an island that you can secure from all others. You may believe you have your network and data locked down but the companies and people you are connected to, those with access to your data and the people you do business with, likely don’t. 351 more words

Information Security

5 Traits of a Great Management Team

When you invest in a stock, you agree to become co-owner in a small part of that business. Like any investment, you want to be sure that the people in charge are people you can trust to manage the business well. 671 more words

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Redemption of Preference Share India

Company limited by shares can’t issue any preference shares which are irredeemable.
A company limited by shares may, if so authorized by its articles, issue preference shares which are liable to be redeemed within a period not exceeding twenty years from the date of their issue subject to such conditions as may be prescribed: 619 more words